Whitley races his way to the 200 IM victory on night 1 finals at the Eastern Interscholastic Swimming and Diving Championships.
Reece Whitley had a huge breaststroke split, and was also the top qualifier in the 200 IM on day 1 of Easterns.
The Girls’ 6A meet should be a thriller. The defending champions, Austin Westlake won regionals over the Woodlands, but the psych sheet scoring shows the Woodlands are expected to win by a mere 14 points.
Junior Paul DeLakis has never lost the 100 breaststroke at this meet. He is the favorite to win this event, seeded at 56.71, but Ivar Iverson has also been quick this year. He is a close second at 56.98.
The Oyster River teams won both the girls’ and boys’ New Hampshire Division 2 State Swimming Championships by over 100 points.
The 2A swimming state championships have been moved to Sunday at the Christiansburg Aquatic Center
The team finished 9th at the most recent Indiana High School State meet
The final Wisconsin high school rankings before the 2016 state championships have dropped, with defending state champs Madison Memorial and Monona Grove maintaining their #1 ranks.
Harty was well short of her personal best but is the first backstroker under 54 in Massachusetts High School competition
Foster and Lileikis lead Punahou to girls and boys Hawaii state titles.
Alyssa Marsh and the girls of Pine Lake Prep brought home their school’s first state title in any sport by winning the North Carolina 1A/2A state title over the weekend. The boys of Washington High also took home a team title in a great show of depth.
Both the boys and girls team titles at the Utah Class 5A State Championships came down to the final relay, with the girls of Sky View and the boys of Viewmont holding on for hotly-contested team trophies.
Makayla Crazier and Madelyn Flower each broke a 4A state record at Utah 4A State Swimming Championships this weekend.
Lucas Hess and Jinwon Bailar grabbed a state record apiece on their way to winning four state titles at 2016 Utah 3A State Swimming Championships. Hess was the boys’ “Swimmer of the Year,” and Seina Senn took four titles of her own to become the girls’ “Swimmer of the Year.”
Adam Zimmer took down a pair of his own Montana High School records, while Mari Aoki took down an 11-year-old 200 IM record to help her Hellgate team win Montana State High School Championships.